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I have a coleman suncutter model 7448-801 and the fan motor was replaced but instead of it blowing out the top of unit it is drawing in from top and trying to blow out thru the coil is this accurate or is the motor need to be reversed so that it draws in thru the coils and out the top? every other a/c Unit I have seen blows air in my face as I look into it just wondering if this type is opposite or not

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I have never seen one that doesn\'t suck air in through the coil and blow out the top. My guess is that the double shafted motor was installed backwards.

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